Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
This is the best biscuit recipe ever!! I made these this morning and they were soooooo good!! I’ll never make regular biscuits again — no more cutting in cold butter, rolling dough and biscuit cutters!! I did not have self rising flour so I made my own as stated at the end of recipe. (Thanks for including the information.) I mixed the wet ingredients separately and added them to the dry. It took only minutes before I was enjoying these light fluffy biscuits with butter and honey! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!
This is a very simple delicious muffin using ingredients I always have on hand.
Can you use skim milk?
I made these 3 times now, so easy and very good, like a fluffy biscuit, I used self rising flour the first 2 times, the 3rd time I used 1 cup of all purpose and 11/2 tsp of baking powder like the recipe says you can do, they seemed to be fluffier, great with sausage gravy. When still warm out of the oven I like to spead butter and sprinkle garluc powder on some also, thank you for the recipe.
This was simple and thanks for adding the Editor's note for making your own self rising flour. Next time I might add a teaspoon of Italian seasoning or really it could be anything you like.
I have been making these for many years. They used to be called 'Pop Up Rolls'. They are quick to make and the family loves them.
Is All purpose flour ok to use?
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I made to go with our soup and they were delish. Don't over work the dough. Just blend dry and separately mix the wet, then mix till combined. I added 1/2tbsp of sugar. They are between a roll and a biscuit. Good flavor, great with honey. Easy.
Made these last night, so simple and tasty. Like that it only made 6 as there where only 2 of us last night! But such a simple recipe to double. Careful not to over mix, I did and they were a tiny bit tougher than would have enjoyed. But a definite keeper. Thanks Glenda